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Old 10-03-2005, 09:07 PM
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Default Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

Looks like a nice carb for a 70 4 speed LT-1.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...=ADME:B:EF:US:1
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Old 10-03-2005, 09:22 PM
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Not a bad date, your carb?
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Not my carb.
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I think it's in Nashville (?), close by if ya win it!
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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

Here is a similarly dated LT1 carb for the automatic guys:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/70-Z28-Ca...sspagenameZWDVW
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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

I bought a may dated 4490 from this seller. He restored the carb for me and shipped it for $550.00. It runs and looks great. Just had to rejet for more HP. Earl
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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

The Camaros at Carlisle/American Camaro Assoc 2nd Gen judges have concluded that there are several documented examples of July 70 Z-28's (LT-1 eng) having February 70 4555 Hooly carbs. We can not explain the time frame difference. We can only suspect that Holly produced a LARGE quantity of 4555's early for Z-28's in advance of speculated orders.
I would be interested to know how 4555 dating and Yenko Duece LT-1 engine dating compares ?????

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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

All Deuces with their original carbs are dated very close to the build date of the car - within 2-3 weeks. So, no large carb date vs. car date span within the deuce build weeks of 05D, 06A & 06B.
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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

Chuck, My car has a 3rd week of Feb 4555 and the car is a 04B so that works out to be about 7 weeks using a 1970 calender.
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Default Re: Yenko/ LT-1 Carb on e bay

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All Deuces with their original carbs are dated very close to the build date of the car - within 2-3 weeks. So, no large carb date vs. car date span within the deuce build weeks of 05D, 06A & 06B.

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So then the dates on these 2 carbs really aren't correct for a Deuce, being built 2 months earlier than the first run of Deuces.
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